Strange but I learned about most of my siblings on facebook. Angel was no different, She was actually the one who responded when I reached out to many of them after learning about them all, through the sister I know that grew up near me in Toledo. Angel is the owner and a stylist at Angel’s Hair Salon in Kingston, Tennessee and has been since about December of 2011. Before owning her own salon she worked as a stylist at Serendipity- Do Salon. Some of the titles some of her clients have given her are, The best down south, a miracle worker, or just their hairdresser. Career Aspirations
A while back there was been talk in my house about joining careers, to clarify me and my fiancé both do hair for fun. He cut hair and I braid, style and whatever else you can think of. So we talked about possibly getting a shop together and making it our own. But we have to be certified and have licenses before we can make this possible. Therefore I am working on it. After graduation I plan on going to beauty school and getting everything done that needs to be done in order for me to achieve these goals I have for the near future. As for Angel, she’s the owner of a salon exactly what I want to do. I wouldn’t mind just working at one but I want to stride for better and own it. Job requirements
• All states in the US require beauticians to be licensed. • The requirements for a license vary depending on what state your in, but it is generally mandatory for one to have a high school diploma or GED. • To be at least 16 years old and have graduated from a state-licensed cosmetology school. • Before graduating, students are required to pass a state licensing examination. • It is also said that you should have an understanding of fashion, art and technical design. Since your work requires you to deal with clients, a lot of importance is given to interpersonal skills, image and attitude. • Beauticians and even cosmetologists should also be effective salespersons as client retention and retail sales are an important part of a salon’s revenue. The Interview
The Interview actually went well. I sat in my bedroom with the door closed because I have a two year old. Don’t worried I didn’t neglect her she played with dad while I conducted my 45 minute interview. But she is my sister so we stayed on the phone for about two hours. I have to admit it was a little weird in the beginning then after a while it was almost like we knew one another. I asked the questions and she answered to the best of her knowledge.
Ms. Pruitt struggled a little in the start of her career as do we all. I know when its time for me to start that it won’t be easy, giving me some advice on how she did things, to where maybe I could follow in her footsteps.
Actually me keeping it professional wasn’t as hard as I thought it would be, you see by her being my sister I thought we wouldn’t be able to conduct ourselves as such. So of the points I liked was learning about something that I was so interested in and getting to know this woman. Some things that I would try to do differently in the future would definitely be a face-to-face interview. Seeing one another’s facial expression would have made this...